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ACCC rules retailers can collectively bargain for rent relief

ACCC grants NRA and ARA members the ability to share information for rent negotiations.

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Local arm of British menswear brand collapses

TM Lewin Australia has entered voluntary administration following the brand’s recent administration in the UK.


Price, prints, swim: New Tigerlily CEO gives customers what they want

We chat with new CEO Adam Wilkinson about Tigerlily’s transition and its plans for the future.

Retail grows almost 17 per cent, online contracts in May

Retail sales in May hit $28.9 billion, though online spend fell 1 per cent.

ASX to rise early after US jobs growth

Share values are tipped to rise early on the Australian market after encouraging US jobs figures lifted Wall Street overnight.

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Temple & Webster completes $40m placement to invest in growth strategies

Placement to fund the business’ growth plans.

Kathmandu sales bounce back, but confidence wanes

Outdoor retailer sees positive return to sales, but economic uncertainty keeps spirits low.

ASX to rise early after vaccine hope

A potential COVID-19 vaccine has lifted US markets and is expected to do the same at the open of the ASX.

Penalty rate cuts to sap workers’ wages

Pharmacy and retail workers could be up to $4800 worse off a year.

ASX set for slight fall early

Slight losses are expected in early trade on the ASX after US officials warned of continuing economic pressures from the coronavirus.